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osteoarthropathy

Definitions

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  • n. Any disease of a joint between bones

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A disease of a joint in which the bones as well as the soft parts are affected.

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Examples

  • Cases of pneumonia osteoarthropathy simulating acromegaly have been reported by Korn 15.158 and Murray.

    Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine

  • Cases of pneumonia osteoarthropathy simulating acromegaly have been reported by Korn and Murray.

    Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine

  • Primary hypertrophic osteoarthropathy is the heriditary forms and accounts for only 3-5\% of all hypertrophic osteoarthropathy.

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  • Large blisters, like these, are called bullae alkaptonuria, ochronosis X-ray lower lumbo-sacral spine and sacro-iliac joints showing normal sacro-iliac joints and calcification of intervertebral discs alkaptonuria, ochronosis grossly calcified intervertebal discs alkaptonuria, ochronosis early ankylosis of spine alkaptonuria, ochronosis bluish spots on his sclera alkaptonuria, ochronosis Bluish discoloration os ear cartillage hypertrophic osteoarthropathy Note diffuse periosteal new bone formation of the distal radius and ulna.

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  • In the primary form, the periostitis is usually not painful. econdary hypertrophic osteoathropathy is the acquired and has a high association with intrathoracic diseases (which explains why it was called hypertrophic pulmonary osteoarthropathy).

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  • "Of 33 cases of temporohyoid osteoarthropathy, 20 cases survived for which there were longer term follow-up details," he reported.

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  • Temporohyoid osteoarthropathy (THO) with proliferative osteopathy (bone disease) involving the temporal bone, temporohyoid joint, and hyoid bone in the head, is reported only in adult horses, said Mayhew.

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